Cyber Security Technologist – Risk Analyst

The primary role of a Cyber Security Technologist is to apply an understanding of cyber threats, hazards, risks, controls, measures and mitigations to protect organisations systems and people. With a focus on risk analysis, all people in this occupation work to achieve required security outcomes in a legal and regulatory context in all parts of the economy. They develop and apply practical knowledge of information security to deliver solutions that fulfil an organisation’s requirements. Those focus on the risk analysis side focus on areas such as operations, risk, governance & compliance.

This programme is at Level 4.

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Course Content:

The modules in this apprenticeship include:

  • Cyber Security Introduction
  • Network & Digital Communications Theory
  • Risk Assessment
  • Security Case Development and Design Good Practice
  • Governance, Organisation Law, Regulation and Standards

Apprentices will also complete an End Point Assessment (EPA) which includes: External Assessment, Synoptic Project, and Interview.

The training is delivered using a variety of methods, including Online Live, workshops and self study. Apprentices will receive assessor contact every 6 weeks which will be a full progress review, we encourage all managers and mentors to participate in this progress review.

Towards the end of the apprenticeship the assessor will provide final contact sessions to prepare your apprentice for EPA. Courses will run typically every 10-12 weeks, and the order of the modules can be subject to change.

The exams associated with the apprenticeship will be delivered in the nearest test centre.

Duration: 18-21 Months | Training 5 Weeks
Training Method: Online Live

Baltic Training do not deliver training in isolation. In addition to the experience gained through meaningful employment the apprentice will develop key business skills which will strengthen their employability within any chosen path.

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